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Auto-Measurement of Induction Motor Parameters
Kim Kyung-Seo; Byun Sung-Hoon;
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This paper presents the parameter measurement methods for high performance drive of induction motors, which are suitable for the self-commissioning function of commercial inverters. In this study, some factors that affect the accuracy of parameter measurement are examined. Measuring methods and conditions that are best fit to each parameter measurement procedure are then proposed. All the measurement procedures can be done without any auxiliary equipment, so that those can be easily adopted as self-commissioning functions of commercial inverters. To improve the measuring accuracy, least square approximation methods are adopted during the measurement procedure. The validity of the proposed methods are confirmed through experiments.
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